This is a collection of videos produced by the members of the Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society.

Recent Submissions

  • Numerical simulation of transom-stern waves 

    Hand, Randall E.; Valenciano, Miguel; George, Kevin; Biddlecome, Tom; Walters, Richard; Stephens, Mike; O'Shea, Thomas T.; Brucker, Kyle A.; Dommermuth, Douglas G. (APS DFD Gallery of Fluid Motion, 2010-11-23)
    The flow field generated by a transom stern hullform is a complex, broad-banded, three-dimensional system marked by a large breaking wave. This unsteady multiphase turbulent flow feature is difficult to study ...
  • Electroworming : The behaviors of Caenorhabditis (C.) elegans in DC and AC electric fields 

    Chuang, Han-Sheng; Raizen, David; Dabbish, Nooreen; Bau, Haim (2010-10-15)
    The video showcases how C. elegans worms respond to DC and AC electrical stimulations. Gabel et al (2007) demonstrated that in the presence of DC and low frequency AC fields, worms of stage L2 and larger propel themselves ...
  • Falling Flexible Sheets 

    Alben, Silas (2010-08-04)
    We present a fluid dynamics video showing simulations of flexible bodies falling in an inviscid fluid. Vortex sheets are shed from the trailing edges of the bodies according to the Kutta condition. The basic behavior is ...
  • Simulation of flow patterns generated by the hydromedusa Aequorea victoria using an arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian formulation 

    MOHSENI, Kamran (Science Direct, 2009-03-31)
    A new geometrically conservative arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian (ALE) formulation is presented for the moving boundary problems in the swirl-free cylindrical coordinates. The governing equations are multiplied with the ...
  • Nonlinear spin-up of a thermally stratified fluid in cylindrical geometries 

    Pacheco, J. Rafael; Smirnov, Sergey A.; Verzicco, Roberto (2009-10-26)
    This is an entry for the Gallery of Fluid Motion of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the APS-DFD (fluid dynamics videos). This video shows the three-dimensional time-dependent incremental spin-up of a thermally stratified fluid ...

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